November 8, 2007
-- by Dave Johnson
I've long noticed that Fox's MySpace is a soft-porn enterprise. Now Brave New Films is taking on Fox News for the same.
Watch the video:
Go here for a petition :FOX Attacks Decency with Bill O'Reilly Leading the Way
Demand "a la carte" cable television.
Under current law, you cannot opt-out of FOX. You are forced to put money in FOX's pockets every time you pay your cable bill.
The best way to keep FOX out of your home is to force cable companies to offer "a la carte" cable, where you only pay for the channels you want. A la carte will lower your cable bill, prevent inappropriate programming from entering your home, and will keep your money out of FOX's pockets.
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How is Fox's inclusion in your cable lineup different from the fact that you get a sports section with your NY Times subscription? (I have no interest in sports.) Why isn't it the case that people don't DEMAND a newspaper that is tailored just for each individual's tastes?
I actually know the answer to this question. But rather than giving it, I'm asking you to THINK about it.
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